All 46 audio Reviews

T-Logic - Petrichor T-Logic - Petrichor

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Sounds nice and calming, seems like sort of a background track to me. The guitar or whatever that instrument was that came in at 0:43 sounds sort of unfinished like it's being played on a keyboard. I would've liked to hear some more variation in the dynamics and maybe some delay or something. I like it!

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TaintedLogic responds:

Thanks! I totally agree with your criticisms. The guitar is a preset from DirectWave. I probably should've modified it more. Thanks again for the review! ^^

Lyra Lyra

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

40 hours well spent. I like how rich this sounds. The distorted snare during the main drops could be a bit quieter and less overpowering though

PianoreGD responds:

I agree lol. The snare is just bad

Out There Out There

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Reminds me of being above the clouds in an airplane, love it

Don't Give Up Don't Give Up

Rated 4 / 5 stars

First of all, I like the the chords that came in in the beginning. You did a nice job of panning them.

The first main part sounds chaotic but neat. I would suggest not using so much flange/phaser in those synths because it makes the mix less clear.

The high hat in the second half of the song is sort of piercing and annoying. Would've recommended re-equalizing it so that the lower treble is higher.

For the emptier parts, I would recommend filling them up with some extra, but still clean and quiet reverb.

I like how the sounds themselves interact with the melody. It sounds fun. Good work!

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KONjure responds:

I'm so glad you pointed that out because I sometimes do go to hard with the phaser. I was thinking I needed to lighten up on it as well.

And as for the hi hat part I noticed that to but only after I up loaded it.
It all sounded so much better on my computer.

Question though why is it when I play it from my computer everything sounds perfect to me. But from ether my car speaker or any other monitors my song sounds flate?

Somewhere Else Somewhere Else

Rated 4 / 5 stars

The beat is cool, but I would probably want to hear some panning of the drums. I like the ambient pad that came in in the middle of the song, also

phoenixapprentice responds:

Oh, I never thought about that. Thanks! I actually used a drum loop because I don't have very good drum VSTs...

Forested Forested

Rated 4 / 5 stars

It has a cartoony feel to it. It's a good track, but maybe a bit too repetitive to be by itself. I also noticed how the track seems to cut off at the end. Good work though

Interdimensional Interdimensional

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I really like the lo-fi spacey sounds with the reverb in this. I would suggesting adding more song structure, not necessary a melody since that isn't what it looked like you were trying to do here. I think it sounds like background music

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Geoplex - Chimera Geoplex - Chimera

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Interesting song with clean sounds. The only two things I would've wanted to hear was to make the chorus parts even crazier and use that really clean arp you used in the beginning and at 3:04 more throughout the song. Keep making music, you're really good!

Geoplex responds:

Cheers. The arp was very much an afterthought unfortunately as I did the intro last

Olasa Olasa

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

This is really chill and neat, too bad it isn't longer

Vennah responds:

I could make it longer for you, if that is what you want.

The Geometric State. The Geometric State.

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Really cool and soundscapey. I like the wooden sounds in the background towards the beginning. Didn't listen to all 14 minutes, but I can tell it's pretty good.

This is the longest song I've ever seen on NG. How long did this take you? How many measures was this?